Is Katie Holmes Engaged To Jamie Foxx? Her New Dazzling Ring Sparks Dozens Of Rumors
November 1, 2018 17:35 By Fabiosa
On Tuesday, the reporters noticed Katie Holmes, 39, wearing a diamond ring on the left hand while having a coffee break with Jerry O'Connell in New Orleans. The actress seemed happy and excited, probably sharing the news with her The Secret costar?
Later that day, Holmes met her 50-year-old beau, Jamie Foxx, at Michaels. Though they've been rumored to be together since 2013, there wasn't any reason to believe in their soon-engagement-plan. However, her new ring caused a lot of speculations.
Let's dig further!
So, are they engaged?
Katie Holmes' rep hurried up to suppress these rumors by telling that this ring is just 'a movie prop'. Wait, seriously, guys? Who puts a diamond engagement-like ring on that finger just for a movie?
The source told that the couple had been secret since the very beginning and not going to disclose their relationship just like that.
They’re still very, very private. You’re not going to hear or see every time they’re together because they don’t flaunt their relationship in public.
Well, who knows, maybe Holmes and Foxx will change their minds soon!
Katie Holmes, 39, and Jamie Foxx, 50, have been allegedly dating since 2013, a year after the actress' divorce from Tom Cruise. In fact, Katie and James have known each other from 2005, when her ex-husband and current boyfriend starred in the movie Collateral.
The gossips ensued when the American actress and actor were spotted in the same event in the Hamptons, flirting and bonding too closely.
Though Foxx denied their relationship in 2013, they proved the opposite in 2015 by holding hands in public. The insider reported:
She says she loves him from the tips of her toes to the top of her head.
But the final step was earlier this year when they showed PDA moments on the beach in Malibu and the pre-Grammy Gala.
Their relationship is totally vague, but the most important thing is that they share mutual love, happiness, and dreams, isn't it?